Frederic C. Dumaine : office boy to tycoon / Arthur M. Kenison.

Collection Type

  • Books and periodicals

GUSN

GUSN-151818

Description

[x], 277 [i.e. 276] p. : ill., ports ; 24 cm.

Details

Descriptive Terms

Biography
History.
History
Capitalists and financiers Biography
Textile manufacturers History.

Originator

Kenison, Arthur M.
Saint Anselm College (Manchester, N.H.)

Contents

Son of a broom maker -- Early Amoskeag years -- Courtship and marriage -- Setting a new course at Fore River -- Dumaine reorganizes Amoskeag -- Growing apart -- Labor unrest at Amoskeag -- The second time around -- Replacing the mainspring at Waltham Watch -- Stockholder unrest at Amoskeag -- Early years in railroads -- Kidder, Peabody - a friend in need -- The Depression hits Amoskeag -- Closing of the Amoskeag Mills -- The Woodchucks -- Waltham Watch goes to war -- The odd couple - F.C.D. and F.D.R. -- The last hurrah - control of the New Haven -- Putting the New Haven back on track --The horseman is home from the hunt -- Twelve rules -- Chronological summary -- Geneaology

Publication

Manchester, NH : Saint Anselm College Press

Description

[x], 277 [i.e. 276] p. : ill., ports ; 24 cm.

Notes

Includes chronological summary (p. 245-[257]) and genealogical table (p. 258-259).
Includes bibliographical references (p. 261-264) and index.

ISBN

0962954721

Call Number

Stacks CT275.D86 K46 2000

Other People and Orgs

Dumaine, Frederic Christopher, 1866-1951
Amoskeag Manufacturing Company
Waltham Watch Company
New York, New Haven, and Hartford Railroad Company

Places

United States
New Hampshire Manchester

Edition

1st ed.